Stars Spend Big Bucks To Protect Their Famous Features
Holly Madison just did it. David Beckham did it a couple of years ago. Doesn't matter if you're a singer, football player, model, or rugby player. Your famous features are where you make your money, so lots of celebrities want to protect those features.
People magazine's October 11th issue listed a bunch of celebrities who've taken the time to insure their most well-known assets. Holly Madison, famous for being one of Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriends, recently insured her chest for one million dollars, calling it her "primary money maker right now." Models really know how important their looks are and in 2004, model Heidi Klum took out an insurance policy for two million dollars on her famous legs. Steeler's safety Troy Polamalu isn't just known for his moves on the football field but also for his long flowing hair. Two years ago, Proctor and Gamble purchased a one million dollar insurance policy on Troy Polamalu's hair. After all, he was endorsing their Head and Shoulders shampoo. Bruce Springsteen knows his voice is his golden ticket, so he insured it for six million with Lloyd's of London. David Beckham took out a one hundred and ninety five million dollar policy on his famous legs. It's rumored to be one of the biggest personal insurance policies in the history of sports. Actress America Ferrera's smile was insured for ten millin dollars in 2007 by Aquafresh.